Re: Using AS_ALL_LINGUAS instead of po/LINGUAS

On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 11:47 +0100, Emmanuele Bassi wrote:
> hi all;
> in Moblin first, and now in MeeGo, the UX components have replaced the
> po/LINGUAS file with a nice little m4 macro called AS_ALL_LINGUAS.
> the macro scans the po/ directory for all translation files and sets the
> ALL_LINGUAS variable with the list. files can be blacklisted by using a
> LINGUAS.ignore file.
> I wonder if it would be worth to consider for the GNOME project as well,
> as it simplifies the maintainership burden and limits the amount of
> files that have to be handled by the translation committers.
> to use the macro: just drop the as-linguas.m4 file in your macro
> directory (the one you specified in AC_CONFIG_MACRO_DIR) and then just
> call AS_ALL_LINGUAS in your, in the section where you
> define GETTEXT_PACKAGE and call the i18n tools. and that's all there is
> to it. :-)
> the as-linguas.m4 macro was written by Neil Roberts and Ross Burton.

But how does one disable a broken translation file without deleting it?

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